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Business Formation Lawyer in Orlando, Central Florida
How you structure or form your business can impact your income tax, business continuity and estate plan, as well as the amount of legal liability you are exposed to. The business formation lawyers at NeJame Law work closely with small and medium sized business owners and entrepreneurs in forming commercial and residential businesses. Our attorneys consult tax experts, accountants, and financial planners in helping clients form and incorporate their company. Since there is always a certain amount of risk in starting a company, our office explains how a partnership agreement, corporate articles of incorporation and bylaws can protect you and your investors from added, unwanted financial liability in the event of disputes among shareholders, insolvency, or business failure.
Strengthen your position in the marketplace by getting started on a firm and sound legal footing. We will evaluate your situation and discuss other important considerations associated with starting a business as well.
Business Formations - Considering what Works Best for You
The law office of NeJame, LaFay, Jancha, Ahmed, Barker, Joshi and Moreno, P.A. advises and represents clients in regard to the following business formation issues:
- Internet based businesses
- Mail order businesses
- C corporations
- S corporations
- Limited liability companies
- Articles of incorporation
- Partnership agreements
- Fiduciary responsibility
- Indemnification of the board
- Zoning issues
- OSHA requirements
Asset Protection -- Understanding how to Protect Your Company
How a company is formed will determine what kind of taxes it is subject to, as well as the rate at which it will be taxed. Under the United States tax code, a business can deduct certain start-up costs, operating costs, and other expenses from its federal income tax. Understanding how to take advantages of allowances within the law when you start your business can have a long lasting financial impact. Our attorneys discuss the options available to you, explaining how other costs can be deducted and what can be done on the investment side to further decrease your tax liability.
Bylaws and Articles of Incorporation - Why they Matter
Regardless of whether you're starting an internet mail order business out of your basement or building a new restaurant with a long-time friend, bylaws and articles of incorporation are important for protecting you against legal and financial liability. You can detail how money is to be handled, who will have authority to withdraw money, and what kind of oversight will be in place to militate against financial mismanagement. Additionally, ylaws and articles of incorporation allow you to indemnify yourself or your board when certain kinds of situations arise in the course of business operations.
We understand the business of business and are prepared to help you establish your company on a firm, legal foundation. Whether you want to start a small business, purchase an existing business or form a non-profit organization, we can help.
Answers to Your Business Formation Questions
Our business formation lawyers will sit down and talk to you about your business plans and your goals. Then, we will recommend the alternative that makes the most sense for your individual situation. No matter how simple or complex your commercial venture may be, you can rely on NeJame, LaFay, Jancha, Ahmed, Barker, Joshi and Moreno, P.A. for efficient, cost-effective legal services.
Contact our Civil Division
If you need an attorney to help with your business formation, we can be reached by email at Civil@NeJameLaw.com or by telephone at 407-245-1232. You may also fill out our online form. We value your privacy and will keep any information strictly confidential.